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//KUKUMU x Culture.Room



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//Ahmed Salvador received his MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and his BFA from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is currently an exhibitions coordinator at the Philadelphia International Airport’s Art and Exhibitions Program and a photography instructor at Fleisher Art Memorial. Ahmed has shown his work in various solo and collaborative shows, namely at the Halide Project, Bridgette Mayer Gallery, the Philadelphia Art Alliance, Space 1026, and the Sol Mednick Gallery in Philadelphia, at Columbia College’s Hardwick Gallery in Columbia, Missouri, and at the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, New Mexico.


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//Jacob Middleburgh works across both still and moving image making; his interests lie within European politics, identity, and constructions of collective memory, using ethnographic and archival processes within a documentary practice. The analog series examines public transport across borders, positing the train and bus as universally affective spaces, conditioned by the modern world. His photos were taking across 4 different cities over a period of four years.


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//Minagawa Takaumi lives and works in Japan. He recently participated in a group-exhibition at the America-Bashi Gallery in Shibuya. For this series he photographed mannequins and sculptures he encountered during his life. As we live in this world, we predict, understand, and sometimes use what is in front of us from past experience. That is why we may not be scared of what is always in front of us. In other words, you’ll notice that we’re not looking at “itself”, but at the image behind it or in our minds.

In this series of photos, he simply took an extension of the snap. But when you see what is cut, edited, and drawn on photographic paper at the end of the float, it may look like a human being. Or it may just look like a lump of plastic or stone.


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//Kukumu x Culture.Room presents a limited and curated selection of Fine-Art prints. The works are presented as part of a Crowdfunding and produced with high quality & photographic paper. Each booking supports the artists and the entire project.

You can acquire the prints through our Crowdfunding. By clicking on the “Buy” option you will be redirected to the campaign where you can book the prints as a donation-reward. Every print is unique and will be given out only once.


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